From knowledge to practice : How to achieve effective public-private collaboration?

Simultaneous involvement and collaboration between government, the academic- and the private sector in education is seen as an important way forward to bring knowledge to practice, to support innovation and enable research to address complex scientific challenges, such as climate change, but also to make education relevant by establishing curricula and teaching that supports developing knowledge and skills that helps the younger generation to effectively enter a dynamic labour market and promote investment and sustainable growth.

Andini Effendi
International correspondent and news anchor, Metro TV

EDUCATION Pelita Harapan University, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Jakarta – Indonesia – Bachelor of Arts, Communication studies concentrating in Journalism, June 2004 New York University, School of Continuing & Professional Studies, M.S. in Global Affairs, NY-USA, 2013 SPECIALIZATION International Affairs Conflict Resolution Sustainability and Environmental human stories AWARDS 2020 – Best Current Affairs Read more…

    Anka Mulder
    President of Saxion University of Applied Science

    Anka Mulder studied History at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, where she later lectured in International Relations. After having worked in Brussels and Vienna for a number of years she took up a post as head of department at the ROI, the Dutch Institute for Public Administration in 1996. In 2003 she joined Delft University Read more…

      Dirk Jan Koch
      Chief Science Officer of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Special Professor of International Trade & Development Cooperation at Radboud University

      Prof. Dr. Dirk-Jan Koch Sometimes as a writer, sometimes as a scientist, then as a diplomat, and preferably all three at the same time, Dirk-jan Koch is committed to a sustainable world where everyone has equal opportunities. Dirk-Jan Koch is the Chief Science Officer of the Ministry of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and also Read more…

      Karamita Darusman
      Senior Brand Manager Unilever

      Kara is a Holland Alumni graduated from De Haagse Hogeschool.  After graduation, she joined Philips Nederland in Amsterdam working in the Marketing team. Upon returning to Indonesia in 2012, she joined Unilever and currently working as Senior Brand Manager. She is a coffee lover with interests in interior design, plants and enjoys travelling whenever she can. 

        Martin Paul
        President of Maastricht University

        Professor Martin Paul has been President of Maastricht University (UM) since 2011. After obtaining a medical degree and a doctorate from Heidelberg University, he has held several academic positions in Germany, the United States and the Netherlands. In addition to his distinguished career as a researcher (with more than 300 publications) in the fields of Read more…

          Pieter Duisenberg
          President of the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU)

          Pieter Duisenberg has been President of the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) since October 2017. He aims to impact the political debate and give a strong voice to the university sector. The main issues that VSNU has worked on are internationalisation, academic careers, funding and quality of education. Before joining VSNU, Pieter Duisenberg Read more…

            Reini Wirahadikusumah
            Rector of Institut Teknologi Bandung

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